jeremy at jenacon.net
Wed Jun 16 05:44:45 PDT 2004
On Wednesday 16 June 2004 08:28 am, Jeroen Coumans wrote:
> Jeremy Huntwork said the following on 16-06-2004 14:02:
> > http://wiki.linuxfromscratch.org/index.php?pagename=LFS-Acknowledge
> > From the looks of things, the wiki page is getting used pretty
> > regularly for additions/updates to this list. Will this continue
> > to be a working model for site content? If so, how often should
> > updates occur to the html page? (There are currently a number of
> > differences...)
> Ideally, there'd be no synchronization.. We could change the link to
> point to the Wiki, or find some way to dynamically include the Wiki
> content into the site. The first has the problem that the current
> Wiki basically allows anyone to edit anything, thus many people have
> expressed their rightful concerns about this. The second is probably
> too much work, especially wrt. the current testing of TWiki as CMS.
> My suggestion would be to synchronize the page when it's stable, eg.
> if there haven't been any edits for a number of days. But since you
> have done the initial work on this, I'll let you decide on the
> preferred course of action.
That sounds reasonable. I suppose setting up proper accounts for the
Wiki and specifying which pages are completely open and which are
editable by trusted users is too much overhead?
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